Articles of Reinstatement

Restore Your Good Standing With the Secretary of State

  • Order online and get started in minutes
  • We prepare your articles of reinstatement to return your organization to good standing
  • Starting at $399 plus state fees
- Rated 4.4/5 by 104 clients on Google

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Restore and Maintain Your Good Standing

Our reinstatement service brings your business entity back into good standing. We start with identifying the reason why you lost good standing, whether it be a missed annual report or franchise tax filing. Our specialists identify the steps needed and the associated filing fees and penalties. We then complete those filings and monitor their approval until your entity is reinstated.

Don't waste time researching why your entity fell out of good standing and figuring out how to restore it. We’ll find out what went wrong, identify the steps to fix it, and complete the reinstatement filings for you.

Ultimate Convenience

  • Instant Online Ordering

    We make it easy to reinstate your entity registration. Simply provide your information in our convenient online form, and we'll identify the steps to bring your entity back into good standing.
  • Choose Your Speed

    Do you need your entity to be reinstated quickly? Where offered by the state, we can expedite the filing processing times. Select how fast you want to move when you place your order.
  • Service in Every State

    Do you need to reinstate in multiple states? We support organizations across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
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The Best Protection

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  • Tax Clearance Support

    Many states require official notice of tax clearance from their department of revenue before reinstatement can be approved. Since these departments only communicate with taxpayers and their tax preparers, we provide you with the information needed to pursue tax clearance on your own.
  • Proceed With Confidence

    Harness the expertise of our filing specialists through Compliance Gaps. Compliance Gaps suggests regulatory filings commonly required of companies like yours in the states where you operate.
  • Good Standing Comes Standard

    Our Entity Manager software is included with your purchase. Entity Manager integrates with secretary of state databases across the country and automatically identifies your registrations and statuses. Reminders of upcoming annual report deadlines help keep your business in good standing.

How Our Reinstatement Service Works

Complete the online form to order our reinstatement services. Once we have submitted your filings, we will track their progress and send confirmation when they are approved.

Reinstate Your Good Standing and Never Miss Another Deadline

Step One

Provide basic information about your company, including how fast you want to move.

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Step Two

We will identify the steps necessary to reinstate your entity, invoice applicable filing fees, and file the articles of reinstatement.

Any required back-due filings such as annual reports are billed separately.

Step Three

Receive your approved certificate of reinstatement.

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They walked us through the whole process step by step and remained in constant communication throughout. The level of service provided by our Account Manager and Compliance Specialist was beyond EXCELLENT. They were prompt, courteous, knowledgeable, and detailed… a truly STRESS FREE experience. You will not regret hiring Harbor Compliance!

Stephanie Loudoun Insurance Group, LLC

Frequently Asked Questions

Reinstatement restores a business or nonprofit to good standing with the secretary of state so it may continue to operate legally.

The most common reasons are missing an annual report deadline with the secretary of state and failing to pay franchise taxes.

Loss of good standing can damage your business' credibility, affect your ability to obtain a certificate of authority in another state, or subject the owners or board members to personal liability.

Free Reference
How to Reinstate or Revive Your Business or Nonprofit

Reference this online guide for information on how to revive an entity in your state.

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